In 1814, the first dedicated school building was built in Washington Court House, Ohio, with the sole purpose of educating the youth of our community. Since then, generations have joined the ranks of the Blue Lion Family, each leaving a unique piece of their legacy alive in the halls as they grow from adolescence to adulthood.
With over 200 years in education, Washington Court House City Schools has been blessed with many historic artifacts. Now, we are asking you to help us preserve that history to continue to enrich the educational experience at WCHCS for generations to come.
The WHS Class of 1958 is spearheading the effort to refurbish our historic statues, gifts originally from classes of the early 1920s, and rededicate them to come alive in our hallways once again. Join them in preserving these works of art by donating to the WCHCS Historic Asset Preservation Fund today!
Donations can be made online by clicking here. You also may donate by cash or check, written to Washington Court House City Schools, annotated: “HAP Fund,” and delivered in person or mailed to 306 Highland Avenue, Washington Court House, Ohio 43160.
For more information, please call 740-335-6620, extension 5027.
Help us keep our the history of the Blue Lions alive today and for generations to come!
Trevor W Patton